Compare courses
UNC School of Government

Conducting an Evidentiary Hearing

On demand
USD 65

How it works


Coursalytics is an independent platform to find, compare, and book executive courses. Coursalytics is not endorsed by, sponsored by, or otherwise affiliated with UNC School of Government.

Full disclaimer.


This module reviews how local government boards conduct evidentiary hearings as a part of their land development regulations – a necessary step in making quasi-judicial decisions. The concepts outlined include: when an evidentiary hearing is required and why, the purposes of an evidentiary hearing, the roles of various persons at these hearings, actions taken prior to the hearing, conducting the hearing itself, and compiling the record of the hearing.


David Owens joined the Institute of Government in 1989. Prior to that, he was an attorney and senior planner for the Wisconsin State Planning Office and spent 10 years with the NC Division of Coastal Management. His publications include numerous books and articles on zoning law, including the bas...

Course reviews

Reviews for this course are not publicly available